The shelter, named after "Golden Girls" star Bea Arthur, will serve homeless gay and transgender youth.
Renée Watson wants to save Langston Hughes' brownstone by raising $150,000.
Richard McVey's MarketAxess will join an asset management company and two law firms at 55 Hudson Yards.
Chico Noir is hoping to open at 503 E. Sixth St. in October.
INDECLINE, the group that installed statues in five cities last week, is selling copies for a hefty sum.
Roommates, pet policies, income requirements and other things you need to know before renting in NYC.
Police kept spying beyond legally authorized limits more than 50 percent of the time, officials found.
And Pauly Shore is the host.
The owners of Papa John's in Washington Heights, Inwood and The Bronx will pay $500,000 to 200 workers.
"Black Tap" burger joint's milkshakes may draw large crowds to its planned location at 177 Ludlow St.
A total of $127,000 went toward court renovations at Chelsea Park and at Coffey Park in Red Hook.
Sponsors drop Lochte, the story of a bizarre murder, and a glimpse of New York's subway of the future.
The chain's eatery at 252 Eighth Ave., between West 22nd and 23rd streets, opened Monday.
"Broadway Blues" will include Espaillat, historian Robert Snyder and author Raquel Cepeda.
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